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The company signs the New York Agreement, pushing for the contentious SegWit2x hard fork.


Coinbase plans to sell blockchain analysis to the US government. The community is not happy about it because what makes this data valuable is personally identifiable customer info. Forbes


Token selling by an early VC detected, confirming theories that Coinbase is being used as an exit mechanism for its VC investors buying various tokens in private presales and dumping on retail investors.


Reacting to the community outrage regarding Coinbase allegedly selling customer data, Brian Armstrong defends the move in a tweetstorm, citing reasons like “everybody sells it already”, “we need to build relationships” and “we need to recoup costs”:

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